Attractions near Low Moor Stables

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum (6 Miles)*
On the site visitors can enjoy an exciting and authentic underground experience and discover the special skills and customs of the Cleveland miners.
Captain Cook Memorial Museum (7 Miles)*
In Whitby's narrow, winding Grape Lane close by the busy Harbour, stood the handsome house of 18th century Quaker shipowner John Walker and his family - and - in the attic, his 'other family' of seventeen apprentices, lodging there.
Whitby Abbey (7 Miles)*
Best known as the setting for Bram Stoker's novel Dracula, the impressive ruins of Whitby Abbey were once the home of a Saxon saint.
Roseberry Topping (13 Miles)*
Few National Trust sites have such a delightful-sounding name as Roseberry Topping. This small mountain on the North Yorkshire Moors shares its name with the nearby village of Newton-under-Roseberry.
Zetland Museum (13 Miles)*
Zetland - The Oldest Lifeboat in the World, was built in 1802 by Henry Greathead. She remained in service until 1880 and saved more than 500 lives.
Ormesby Hall (16 Miles)*
Ormesby Hall is an intimate home lived in by the Pennyman family for more than 300 years, with fine plaster work, carved wood decoration and fascinating portraits.
Captain Cook Birthplace Museum (17 Miles)*
The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum marks the site of Cook's birthplace in Marton on the outskirts of Middlesbrough and is situated in the beautiful landscaped grounds of Stewart Park.
Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life (17 Miles)*
An extensive museum containing a magnificent assortment of items curious, mysterious, marvellous and common place from the last 200 years.
Newham Grange Country Farm (17 Miles)*
Newham Grange Country Farm is unique and special. Come and make friends with the rare breeds of farm animals, enjoy a walk around the fields, and why not bring along a picnic for a treat.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway (17 Miles)*
The 24 mile North Yorkshire Moors Railway runs through the beautiful North York Moors National Park, between the market town of Picering through to Whitby.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Low Moor Stables
Runswick (2 Miles)*
Hinderwell (2 Miles)*
The North Yorkshire village of Hinderwell is just one mile from the Scarborough coast.
Lealholm (3 Miles)*
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Staithes (4 Miles)*
Sandsend (5 Miles)*
Sandsend lies on the east coast of Yorkshire. It is a delightfully picturesque village consisting of small fishermen's cottages set against the grassy cliffs and facing the long sandy beach.
Skinningrove (5 Miles)*
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Loftus (5 Miles)*
Moorsholm (6 Miles)*
Whitby (7 Miles)*
The town of Whitby is on the coast of North Yorkshire near Scarborough. It sits at the River Esk estuary and is spread along the steep sided banks of the river valley.
Goathland (8 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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